Local Government

Niles city leaders outline 2016 goals, 2015 accomplishments

From securing funding for the upcoming removal of the Pucker Street Dam to establishing a Public Arts Commission, those in charge of leading the City ... Read more  | Add your comment

Niles Twp. in ‘good financial position’

Niles Township officials expect to add more money to the township’s general fund balance in 2016, according to a budget passed by the board of ... Read more  | Add your comment

Niles looking for additional election inspectors

Niles looking for additional election inspectors

With voter turnout expected to increase in the presidential election year, the City of Niles is seeking additional election inspectors for 2016. Read more  | Add your comment

City manager discusses upcoming year

Be it furthering development of plans to the city’s downtown district to working toward securing funding for the demolition of “old grey,” City Hall had ... Read more  | Add your comment

Future of former YMCA property uncertain

Future of former YMCA property uncertain

Back in January of 2015, Jerry French, of French Paper Company, said he intended to purchase the old YMCA property from the City of Niles ... Read more  | Add your comment

Niles Twp. road project moving forward

An effort to fix crumbling roads in a Niles Township neighborhood took a major step forward earlier this week. Read more  | Add your comment

Niles pollings stations relocated away from schools

In an effort to increase the safety of local students, the Niles City Council voted unanimously to relocate all polling stations away from schools and ... Read more  | Add your comment

Discussion continues regarding new leader

A little less than a week after outgoing Administrator Roger Fraser’s last day on the job, the Cass County Board of Commissioners continued discussion on ... Read more  | Add your comment

Clerk’s office considering move to courthouse

As the county prepares to make the transition to the digital age with its record keeping, the office devoted toward maintaining these files may be ... Read more  | Add your comment

Council considering change in ordinance

Man’s OTHER best friend may soon be welcome inside Dowagiac homes. Dowagiac City Council agreed to forward a motion to the city planning commission during ... Read more  | Add your comment

Councilman’s absence felt at first meeting since death

One by one, members of the Niles City Council took time out of Monday’s meeting to remember their late colleague and friend, Scott Clark. Read more  | Add your comment

Milton Twp. to upgrade township hall security

Milton Twp. to upgrade township hall security

It is difficult to put a price tag on the feeling of being secure. Read more  | Add your comment

Milton Twp. considers placing police millage on ballot

Sparked by multiple requests from residents for an increased police presence in Milton Township, the township’s board of trustees is exploring the possibility of placing ... Read more  | Add your comment

More Articles

  1. Crews hard at work with Goerlich building demolition  | Add your comment
  2. Niles Twp. chicken ordinance moving forward  | Add your comment
  3. Public hearing set for Niles Twp. Mission Hills road project  | Add your comment
  4. Applications sought for vacant Niles City Council seat  | Add your comment
  5. County to host informational meetings on vintage courthouse project  | Add your comment
  6. Thousands say ‘goodbye’ to late Niles councilman  | Add your comment
  7. Niles councilman Clark remembered  | Add your comment
  8. City agrees to lease on internet cable network  | Add your comment
  9. Niles man receives Community Hero Award for bravery in putting out fire  | Add your comment
  10. Former employee heads back to work following termination lawsuit  | Add your comment
  11. City responds to Niles Twp. lawsuit over sewer, water agreements  | Add your comment
  12. Niles Twp. devotes $500K to road projects  | Add your comment

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